Kingsbury Diana M
Health Disparities : Weaving A New Understanding Through Case Narratives
The translator and I arrived at a modest home in a neighborhood just outside of downtown. We were halfway through the interview process – at perhaps number 20 or 21 of the 45 we had planned to conduct. The neighborhood and home were much like the others – a bygone reminder of Akron’s booming rubber industry days and now representing a new era of the city’s history – the resettlement of hundreds of refugees from some of the world’s most troubled regions. We approached the home and saw several pairs of shoes lined neatly next to the door. We removed our own shoes and stepped inside.
Culture; Medicine; Social Work; Language; Medicine & Public Health; Health Psychology; Medical Sociology; Premedical Education; Informed consent
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